invited to help create huge labyrinth in Burnham-On-Sea
all crochet and knitters! Plans are afoot to create a huge knitted
labyrinth in the grounds of Burnham-On-Sea's St Andrew's Church
as part of its 700th anniversray celebrations.
The church is looking for 10cm-wide metre lengths in any colour,
and any stitch which will all be joined together and the labyrinth
created in the church grounds on the afternoon of June 14th, during
a special themed afternoon.
Lengths can be dropped off at the church between 11am-4pm daily,
or at the Crafty Teacup Cafe in Victoria Street during opening
Rev Sharon Eldergill, Curate of St Andrews, says: "Labyrinths
are ancient forms of sacred paths accessible to all; walking the
labyrinth provides space for meaningful reflection in a busy world,
assessable for the whole community."
the labyrinth from knitted or crouched lengths contributed from
across the Parish makes the church labyrinth fun as well as meaningful,
and I think marks it as part of something Burnham does best -
a collaborative community venture."
added: "Please join in this exciting project, spread the
word and get knitting to create a labyrinth that is as colourful
as our vibrant Burnham community."